After a few months of no sport, the student player who had survived the terrorist attack was very anxious to play in the next game because of his PTSD he had developed from the traumatic event.
A friend of his reassured him that everything would be alright and told him that he can't live the rest of his life feeling down all the time. He then recommended him to see a psychiatrist.
The player's mind changed and felt uplifted by his friend. He agreed to see a psychiatrist.
Later in the week, he had made an appointment with a psychiatrist which identified the problems and recommended CBT (cognitive behavioural therapy). CBT process is getting the patient to do a series of exercises including writing a journal, role playing, using relaxing techniques and using mental distraction techniques to automatically alter their negative thoughts to positive ones .
The student starts to write a journal and follows what his psychiatrist recommends him to do. In this scene, he is meditating as a relaxation technique to keep his mind off his traumatic thoughts.
The student returns to the psychiatrist after a few weeks for a check up and is happy with how the therapy is going. He decides to keep doing his regular exercises and eventually recovers from his PTSD.